Hey, Hamster here. I made PUSH, Zenge and Art Of Gravity.
GOAL: Fill up the figures. Relax. Have fun.
HOW TO DO THAT?
-Use spatial awareness.
-A bit of rotation and logical thinking.
Scalak contains 90 levels and is packed with ever evolving game flow that will let you feel quite good about yourself.
- To save battery use the HQ icon in menu.
Have fun playing.
Thanks for your support!
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I really love this game! I have a brain tumor and a seizure disorder because of it. And on the advice of my doctors,...I’ve been playing Scalak and other puzzle games similar to it as a “precautionary” form of “cognitive, comprehensive and short-term memory loss therapy”. After completing and playing Scalak over and over again,...I’ve been trying to find games as “closely” similar to it as possible. However,...I haven’t been able to find any even “remotely” similar to it! I know Scalak isn’t considered “challenging”,...for most anyway,...but can anyone recommend any other games comparable to it? I’d rather any recommended games’ “difficulty level” be as comparable to Scalak’s as possible. Thank you.
Great except for one thing...
I've only just gotten this game and I'm in love. I love puzzles and brain teasers so this was a perfect addition to my puzzle game folder, there is one issue however that is a bit tedious, when I select one of the puzzle pieces and try to move it where my finger is does not sync up to where the image is, (as in I'm touching empty space and the piece that I'm moving is about a centimeter away from where my finger actually touches the screen). A mild issue but an issue nonetheless that dampens the pleasantness of the gameplay (this bug is especially irritating if you drag and drop the piece only to let go and find you didn't drag far enough to compensate for the extra centimeter of space and the piece defaults back to its start position).
Glaring Problems in a Good Puzzler
Scalak is a puzzle game with designed levels. You drag the flat shapes to fill the empty spaces. Cubes can be rotated on all directions and some pieces wrap around or join multiple cubes. Pieces also fit together (but only on the cubes unfortunately).
The music is soft and relaxing and a good fit, but can be shut off if it's not your taste.
Now for the flaws…
First, there's an offset when you drag the pieces. It may be beneficial for some, but others find it jarring and disruptive to the focus and flow for which the game is otherwise designed.
Second, there's *zero* support. The developer's website doesn't list the game, but doesn't have any means of contact either. I suppose you could try to reach the dev through the site designers, but that's a different puzzle.
Third, there was a problem with battery drain. I haven't been able to play long enough because of the offset problem, but I experienced it when I first tried it and others still report it.
Minus 1 star for each serious problem and an additional one for leaving them unresolved for so long. Seriously, no email?
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